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    Default Re: musgrave 7.62 x 51mm price

    Quote Originally Posted by treeman View Post
    Pirate speaks of his book PAAA, so being me , I want it as well - I am a reading junkie. I have a few hundred south african rands to spare, and a new book will be nice.

    Imagine my surprise, The QuarterMaster - yours for only R6037.50, there is also a copy for R3622.50, but it probably wont have pictures at that low price and then how will I be able to read it ?
    Seems the cheaper copy is a second impression run and it is unsigned but still have the color pictures. The expensive one is signed and a first impression as per the website.

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    Default Re: musgrave 7.62 x 51mm price

    When I got my first edition copy on release I read it cover to cover in one almost uninterrupted session. It really is a world class publication and anyone even slightly interested in SA/Rhodie firearms would do well to get a copy.

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    Default Re: musgrave 7.62 x 51mm price

    What an interesting thread!

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    Default Re: musgrave 7.62 x 51mm price

    Quote Originally Posted by treeman View Post
    Pirate speaks of his book PAAA, so being me , I want it as well - I am a reading junkie. I have a few hundred south african rands to spare, and a new book will be nice.

    Imagine my surprise, The QuarterMaster - yours for only R6037.50, there is also a copy for R3622.50, but it probably wont have pictures at that low price and then how will I be able to read it ?
    Sometimes Classic Arms has the book on auction for a lower price.

    I was at the book signing in Irene where all the authors signed my copy - as I recall I paid R490 for the signed first edition - wish I had purchased some more.

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    Default Re: musgrave 7.62 x 51mm price

    A no longer original example of the rifle on Gunafrica at the moment.

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    Default Re: musgrave 7.62 x 51mm price

    Quote Originally Posted by paulnb View Post
    Sometimes Classic Arms has the book on auction for a lower price.

    I was at the book signing in Irene where all the authors signed my copy - as I recall I paid R490 for the signed first edition - wish I had purchased some more.
    I gave one away as a gift and kept the other. It is one a very few books that I keep in its shipping box. Ian Mcollum of Forgotten Weapons reviewed it and gave it high praise and he certainly knows his way around the world of firearms reference publications.

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    Default Re: musgrave 7.62 x 51mm price

    Quote Originally Posted by oafpatroll View Post
    A no longer original example of the rifle on Gunafrica at the moment.
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    R18000 , seems about right, then the original must be worth some what more than my R20 000 I guessed it at.

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    Default Re: musgrave 7.62 x 51mm price

    Sounds like pre-64 territory

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    Hi Gents,

    Many thanks for all the replies. You guys are awesome!! I have sent all to my friend. Tx to all!


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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